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VR2UW runs a modest radio station on a valley floor where wire aerials are strung to majoring in Morse telegraphy. Please be patient with my feeble signal that results from restrictive covenants. The incoming DX CW messages, regardless of their multitudes, intensity and speed, are perceived and decoded by and through the auditory pathways of a well seasoned brass pounder's cerebral hemispheres; there is absolutely no place for computer programs.
"Ray" is proficient to hammer almost all sorts of transmitting keys, be they straight, speed key (jigger), single paddle or dual lever iambic, for global communications. VR2UW has always been fond of manipulating different combinations of 2 bugs/paddles ambidextrously and simultaneously - demonstration videos can be viewed at http://www.youtube.com/user/Radiotelegrapher.
VR2UW has profound interest in the historical development of telegraph key designs from the 1840s right up to the present day.
Consequent to 40 years of incessant verbal communication relating to emergency and critical incident management in the capacity as a professional operations controller in various command & control centers of civil defense, law enforcement and mass transit systems, VR2UW is getting tired to engage with SSB QSO but looking forward to meeting you in the CW sectors from 3.5 to 50 MHz. Happy pounding.
VR2UW (ex-VS6UW) did have frequent CW ragchewing with the late legendary G5RV / CX5RV in 1989 and 1990.
See what DX stations wrote about their CW QSO with VR2UW (ex-VS6UW):
All above pictures were taken by Raymond "Ray" Lee, VR2UW (ex-VS6UW).
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